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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Pakistan
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Do we need to write the NVC Case# on each page of all the documents you submit ,as most of the documents are original documents, also on the back of Beneficiary's photograph?

Do I also need to send mine (Petitioner) 2 photographs as well on Packet-IV?

No just the beneficiary photos on the ds230 packet

And I actually bought small address labels and printed our case number attaching the labels to each top right corner so if a paper falls from the file they know which file it goes into. that was easier than writing each one ;)

Also sent the printed labels to my husband overseas to use for all the extra documents he was taking to embassy for interview... that helped him a lot as well :)

Edited by EAbbas

10/02/2010 Nikah/Marriage in Karachi
USCIS JOURNEY
11/10/2010 -Sent
03/24/2011 i 130 approved!!!
NVC JOURNEY
03/30/2011 NVC received case-04/07/2011 NVC Case Number Assigned
05/03/2011 CASE COMPLETE- In Que for INTERVIEW!!-05/17/2011 Received interview letter and info via email
EMBASSY JOURNEY
05/20/2011 Medical Appt/passed
06/15/2011 Interview result AP
06/21/2011 Submitted requested docs..under review
07/25/2011 CO called did phone interview result: PENDING MANDATORY AP/CO told us they have to do namechecks

03/07/2013 Case returned to USCIS waiting for NOIR/reaffirmation

04/18/2013 USCIS received case for review

08/19/2013 Received NOIR to respond by 9/18/2013

9/9/2013 Responded to NOIR/USCIS received documents awaiting response

9/20/2013 USCIS reaffirmed sent to embassy

1/04/14 Case opened for review

8/31/15 Interview- no questions visa approved on the spot

9/8/15 visa status issued

9/10/15 visa received

9/19/15 POE Charlotte

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Do we need to write the NVC Case# on each page of all the documents you submit ,as most of the documents are original documents, also on the back of Beneficiary's photograph?

Do I also need to send mine (Petitioner) 2 photographs as well on Packet-IV?

You don't need to write the case numbers, but I'd highly suggest it. If you're not comfortable writing on originals, then you can use sticky notes or something else that you can just stick on and then peel off afterwards.

The only reason NVC (and other VJ members) suggest writing the case number is in case a paper falls out and gets lost; it'll be so much easier to hook it back up with the case file if the case number is written on each paper.

And no, no petitioner's pictures are required in the IV package. The only time they want pictures of the petitioner is with the I-130.

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